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Articles from the April 9, 2022 edition

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 By David Ganezer    News    April 9, 2022

Russian Soldiers Who Looted in Ukraine Outed on Social Media

Ukrainians have begun to post photos of Russian soldiers engaged in looting. Social media posts taken from security cameras and from other social media, such as Instagram, have been posted to...

 

Countdown: 3, 2, 1: This Female Inmate is Close To Release

It's hard to believe. This is almost over! My prison stay is almost over. By God's grace. I'll be 38 in a few days. ( Feb. 18th ) It's nothing to celebrate. But my life is about to change! I'll be...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    Schools    April 9, 2022

California's 8th Graders Can Only Do Math at a 5th Grade Level According to Standardized Tests

April 6, 2022 - A new analysis of state standardized testing reveals that the 2021 math scores of California's eighth graders were on the level expected of fifth graders. According to the analysis by...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    April 9, 2022

Santa Monica City Worker Attacked By Homeless Man on Third Street Promenade

April 5, 2022 - This morning Santa Monica Police arrested and detained a homeless man who attacked a city maintenance worker on the Third Street Promenade. A witness says a homeless male confronted a...

 
 By Rusty Gleer    Lifestyle    April 9, 2022

Will Social Security Go Bankrupt?

Ask Rusty – Should I Claim Early Due to Social Security's Financial Condition? Dear Rusty: I plan on retiring at 62, one year from now. I have been coached to (if financially possible) leave my...

 
 By Stan Greene    Crime    April 9, 2022

Deaths of Two Young Women Ruled Homicides After Toxicology Report From LA County Coroner

The deaths of an aspiring actress and her architect friend have been ruled homicides, says the LA County Coroner's office. This result was not too surprising, given that David Pearce has been charged...

 
 By Jill Chapin    Opinion    April 9, 2022

News Not Fit to Print?

I read an article in the Observer with the headline stating that 80% of covid deaths in a one-week period in Los Angeles County in March were among the vaccinated. Although this was astonishing...

 

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